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A recent Ambrosian holiday tradition is Sr. Joan's telling of The Christmas Story followed by the singing of Silent Night at the annual Christmas gathering. In the spirit of the season, we share those moments here.
DPT Grads 'Step Up' For Ailing Classmate
Surgery to remove a brain tumor left Alyssa Curtis' with limited mobility. To make her more comfortable, her DPT classmates joined her in wearing tennis shoes to Winter Commencement. Read about it.
Graduate Plans To Take MOL Program Home
Saye Beipa came to the US as a refugee from Liberia. After earning his Master of Organizational Leadership degree at SAU, he hopes to build an MOL program at the University of Liberia. Read about it.
On the 60th anniversary of Christ the King Chapel, Rev. George McDaniel wrote about the chapel's role as our spiritual campus center and alumni remembered its impact on their experience. Read about it.
How many graduate and undergraduate students will be awarded degrees at Winter Commencement ceremonies?
Dustin Renwick '10
Two members of the St. Ambrose maintenance department, Audry Painter and Charles Conner, touch up figures in the nativity scene that adorned the campus lawn during the Christmas season of 1965. See a larger version.
Alicia Wendlandt-Law '07 MBA
The MBA graduate recently completed a doctoral thesis that has been used by Sen. Dick Durbin in the debate over the benefits of corn-based ethanol. Read about her.